Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Moroccan Pavilion 摩洛哥馆 4 of 4 ...


It was quite lucky for me to be the only 
visitor early in the morning at the Pavilion
...
I still don't understand why photography 
is not allowed and here are some of my
secret shots while inside the Pavilion
...

Moroccan pavilion 摩洛哥馆 ...

Moroccan pavilion 摩洛哥馆 ...

Moroccan pavilion 摩洛哥馆 ...

Moroccan pavilion 摩洛哥馆 ...

Moroccan pavilion 摩洛哥馆 ...

Putrajaya Botanical Garden 
布城植物园


36 comments:

Traveling Hawk said...

Splendid photos, Wong! My favourites are no. 1 and 3.

Rob Siemann said...

Wonderful... The early Moorish architects wanted to give us a glimpse of paradise in their works. It works with me.

TexWisGirl said...

wow. really beautiful.

Remi said...

Amazing pictures .. What a nice place ..

Nancy Claeys said...

Sneaky... :)

Joop Zand said...

GREAT SHOTS with lovely light,
you are a lucky guy.

Greetings, Joop

Carmen Negoita said...

Brilliant photos. Lovely architecture Morocco.

Olga said...

Beautiful photos. I remember not being allowed to take photos in one Indian temple, but I didn't have the heart to take them secretly.

Massimo said...

amazing shots, as usual...
what can I say more about you ?
compliments.. and ciao

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

absolutely beautiful!
great angles!

have a great week ahead!

Theanne said...

well aren't you the naughty one...the shots are magnificent though, so thank you for taking them!

Bob Bushell said...

You are naughty, taking photos. Beautiful building, and your secret photos.

Filip Demuinck said...

Super pictures if they are taken secretly. I hate place where i am not allowed to take pictures. Brave however to publish them. :-)

Greetings,
Filip

Angela Häring-Christen said...

Wow, Well done!
This is fantastic inside and outside the Pavillon!
Thank you very much for sharing us!

Olivier said...

un vrai palais des milles et une nuit

Carolina Tavares said...

Lucky for us also to see pictures of a whole place is beautiful, inside and outside. A unique beauty. Thank you for sharing.

Eloy Morales M said...

¡Pero bueno! Parece que te has trasladado a un lugar cercano a la Alhambra. ¡Que belleza de sitio! ¡Fantásticas amigo!
Un abrazo.
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Jorge Muñoz said...

Arabic architecture is beautiful. Spaces were to be enjoyed. Thanks for taking the risk and share with us.

Robert Geiss said...

a thousand plus one night for the sense of sight - what joy. thank you for your effort very much. picture three is indeed amazing ! please have you all a kind tuesday.

Eyeliquor said...

Good Work Wong ;)

Scott said...

Very well done, especially since you had to do them secretly.

Scott said...

Very well done, especially since you had to do them secretly.

Randy said...

What a beautiful place. I hate finding great places and no photographs are allowed.

Sweet Virginia Breeze said...

Beautiful photos! Thanks so much for sharing.

Cloudia said...

You are brave!



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darlin said...

I can understand to a degree why some sacred places are not to be photographed, but thank you for sharing these amazing photos with us. It really is a pity they don't allow photos, this is amazing!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

I'd be tempted to to take secret shots too. You didn't use a flash, so no harm to the textiles. Looks peaceful and harmonious.

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Stunning shots. We don't understand why they wouldn't want you to share these.

Darryl and Ruth :)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Beautiful images Wong, and don't worry your secret is safe!!

Erika said...

Muslim religion doesn't allow to take pictures of interior temples.
Thanks for sharing with us.
Wish you a nice afternoon.
Erika from Italy

Fotokarusellen said...

A beautiful place and some very beautiful pictures. Well done!

http://produvalfotohunter.blogspot.com/ said...

Una arquitectura muy similar a la de la Alhambra, las fotos son preciosas, con una buena composicion, como nos tienes acostumbrados.

s.c said...

Great shots of a beautiful building inside.

Doug Hickok said...

It is rewarding to be so early, since you made these beautiful images without anyone noticing :^) Wonderful setting and architecture!

Life Ramblings said...

such beautiful architecture. thanks for sharing the beauty.

Celia na Italia said...

Lucky boy, wonderful photos!